Louth Athletic Club

Lincolnshire Track and Field League 2015 Match 1 and 2

Beverley 10k


Louth Athletic Club is sitting in fifth place at the halfway stage of the 2015 Lincolnshire Track and Field League with the club’s women currently in second place.

In the second match there were wins for the club in the senior women’s 200m, senior men’s and women’s 1,500m, under-15 boys’ 1,500m, under-20 women’s 400m hurdles and under-17 boys’ high jump.

In the quadrathlon, a competition for the under-11s where athletes score points for competing in four events, Louth AC youngster Bethany Ardern did exceptionally well to take second place.

A team from the club competed in the Track and Field County Championships at the weekend, full results available later this week.

Meanwhile a squad of the club’s veteran runners took part in the immensely popular Beverley 10k on Sunday.

Kevin Wallis was first home for the men in 41.07, finishing 84th overall and 3rd in his age group, and Debbie Simpson was the club’s first woman in 46.44.

Other Louth runners making the trip across the Humber were Mick Dean (45.40), Philip Jackson (47.37), Trudy Roberts (48.40), Jane Cope (53.56) and Ros Jackson (58.30).

This Wednesday (13 May) sees the first race in the 32nd Wolds Dash Series from Hubbards Hills.

The series kicks off with a 7,137 metre run following a loop from Hubbards Hills past Hallington and back.

There are also races ranging from 1,200m to 4,230 metres around Hubbards Hills for juniors.

All races start at 7pm and can be entered on the night at the Hubbards Hills café.

* Louth AC has members of all abilities from the occasional jogger to the competing athlete.

New members and volunteers welcome, just pop along to a training evening – visit www.louth-ac.org.uk for more details or follow us on Facebook.


Louth AC league results: Match 2: U11G 80m: 3: Bethany Ardern, 13.4; Sen Men 100m: 5: Jason Stainton, 14.3; U17B 100m: 5: George Johnstone, 12.9, 6: Robert Johnstone, 12.9; U13G 100m: 7: Freya Plaskitt, 17.1; Sen Men 200m: 4: Jason Stainton, 28.7; U17B 200m: 3: George Johnstone, 26.0, 4: Robert Johnstone, 26.7; Sen W 200m: 1: Kerry Stainton, 34.8; U20W 200m: 2: Natalie Stainton: 32.2; U11G 600m: 5: Bethany Ardern, 2.29.8; Sen Men 800m: 2: Jason Stainton, 2.23.7; Sen W 800m: 2: Kerry Stainton, 2.50.7; U13G 800m: 3: Hannah Reid, 2.48.0, 6: Freya Plaskitt, 3.09.5; Sen Men 1,500m: 1: Jason Stainton, 4.50.1; U13B 1,500m: 2: Lucas George-Jones, 5.10.5; Sen W 1,500m: 1: Kerry Stainton, 5.44.3; U15B 3,000m 1: Jevon George-Jones, 10.14.8; U20W 400m hurdles: 1: Natalie Stainton, 82.3; U17B high jump: 1: Robert Johnstone, 1.55m; U20W high jump: 2: Natalie Stainton, 1.25m;  U11G Quadrathlon: 2: Beth Ardern, 122 points. Match 1: Sen Men 400m: 3: Jason Stainton, 67.8; U17M 400m: 3: George Johnstone, 64.8; Sen Men 1,500m: 1: Jason Stainton, 4.59.1, Sen W 1,500m: 2: Kerry Stainton, 5.54.2, U13G 1,500m: 2: Hannah Reid, 6.06.1; U15G 75m hurdles: 5: Beatrice Spendlove, 19.6; U20W 110m hurdles: 1: Natalie Stainton, 21.0; U11B long jump: 3: Declan Templeton, 2.66m; U20W long jump: 1: Natalie Stainton, 4.00m; U15G long jump: 10:  Beatrice Spendlove, 2.16m; U13G long jump: 10: Freya Plaskitt: 2.44m; U11G long jump: 3: Bethany Ardern, 2.52m; U17B Shot: 1: George Johnstone, 10.44m.

Photos: Louth AC’s George Johnstone – sprinting and in the shot put. Photo: Graham Stephenson.

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